Roth Cornet

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Our critics review “The Two Popes,” a Netflix film about the conservative Pope Benedict and the liberal Pope Francis as they forge a future for the Catholic Church, which has been…

The can’t-miss catastrophe of ‘Cats’

Our critics review “The Two Popes,” a Netflix film about the conservative Pope Benedict and the liberal Pope Francis as they forge a future for the Catholic Church, which has been…

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Our critics review "Official Secrets," about an intelligence specialist who leaks a memo that the U.S. is enlisting Britain's help in blackmailing U.N.

Storm Reid and David Oyelowo make 'Don't Let Go' entertaining to watch, says critic

Our critics review "Official Secrets," about an intelligence specialist who leaks a memo that the U.S. is enlisting Britain's help in blackmailing U.N.

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Our critics review "Dark Phoenix," the 12th installment in the X-Men film series, starring Sophie Turner as Jean Grey/Phoenix; "I Am Mother," a Netflix original about a teen girl…

Is 'Dark Phoenix' a satisfying end to the X-Men film franchise?

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